Our Beloved East Bay Church Ministers

Senior Minister

Reverend Celeste Frazier

Reverend Celeste Frazier, Senior Minister, began her Religious Science studies at Agape International Spiritual Center and went on to Holmes Institute, where she received a Master’s degree in Consciousness Studies. She was ordained in 2009.

Before EBCRS, Reverend Celeste was the founding minister at Power of Oneness Spiritual Center and the spiritual leader of the DuPage Center for Spiritual Living, both in  the Chicago area. She was a guest speaker and facilitator of spirituality, diversity, visioning, and transformational workshops at Religious Science, Unity, and other New Thought centers, across the country.

Reverend Celeste is a concerned community activist with a global consciousness who works with local community organizations to facilitate social justice, minimize violence, and advance restorative justice.

Reverend Celeste is a produced playwright and screenwriter, a published poet and essayist, and a blogger. She has contributed to online newsletters for Common Peace, the Infinite Field Magazine, Agape’s Inner Visions, Creative Thought, the Science of Mind magazine, and Creative Thinking. Reverend Celeste is passionate about sharing spiritual principles through love and creativity with wisdom, compassion, and deep commitment to community. Two of her books, In Spirit, In Love, and Divine Work Play are available on Amazon and in our bookstore. Divine Work Play is also available on

Assistant Minister

Reverend Anthony C. Jackson

Director of our Community Outreach Ministry, including the Prison Ministry. Touched by the words of Reverend Elouise, he embraced Science of Mind teachings and joined East Bay in 1994, becoming an active member and contributor. He became a licensed practitioner in 2004 and received his MA in Consciousness Studies from the Holmes Institute in 2009. As Assistant Minister, Reverend Anthony continues to surrender to the word of God/Spirit, allowing his steps to be ordered, knowing that divine right action is always operating.

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